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Email video problems on PC xp

Videos begin but after a few frames they hesitate (pause) then restart and soon hesitate again. Sound its OK.

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They are not fully streaming all the way. It may be because your Internet connection pulses some streaming media says it is done when the connection is cut. If you use wireless it may be because your router is having difficulty syncing. Try and directly connect your pc to the LAN line and see what happens.

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My youtube keeps cutting off and starting form the beginning on my samsung S3!


If a video doesn't play continuously (it stops and starts while you're watching), or stops early, try these troubleshooting steps:
Check your internet connection. You'll need a broadband connection with at least 500 Kbps for the best viewing experience.
Change the video quality to a lower setting to see if the video begins to load.
Pause the video, then change the quality. Allow the gray bar at the bottom of the player to load. Try playing the video again.
If the video still doesn't load, clear your browser's cache and cookies and try viewing the video again.

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3.Start tapping the F8 key. The Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. If you begin tapping the F8 key too soon, some computers display a "keyboard error" message. 4.To resolve this, restart the computer and try again.
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U tube videos keep stopping


If it is pausing and then playing again after a few moments, this is just a process called 'buffering'. It is allowing the player to download more of the video before it begins playing again. To eliminate this, pause the video at the beginning and wait for the red bar in the play track to fill all the way. This indicated that the video had completely loaded.
If the video will not play past a certain point, reload the page. Sometimes if a network connection refreshes during a video download, this issue will occur. If it happens continually, make sure you have a steady network connection.

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WHEN USING YOU TUBE THE VIDEOS SEEM TO STICK AND THEN START AGAIN and then stick again and start up again ....why?


They aren't downloading quickly enough to play smoothly. This can be an issue with YouTube or your computer. Try a few of these suggestions:
- Play the video in a lower resolution. The menu is in the bottom right of the video, choose a non-HD resolution and it will download much faster.
- Stop other downloads. If you are downloading multiple files/videos/large websites (especially those with animations in Flash), your connection may not be fast enough to support this. Pause a few of the downloads.
- Pause the video and wait until the light red bar fills up. This will let the video download fully before you begin viewing.
- Reboot your browser and/or computer. Sometimes they just need to clear their heads. =)
- Get a faster internet connection.

Hope that helps, if it does, please give me a few thumbs up!

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Will not display videos. Can not find manufacture to ask for help. All phone numbers/weblinks/emails are not working. Am I just tough out of luck? Anyone have any suggestions?


Power off the entire phone momentarily. Restart the to revive from dull mode. It should fucntion as usual. Unless the network with technical support were malfucntioning whihc shoul be resolved soon as possible. Also, contact phone provider with an alternate phone or email.

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Having problems with playing video's on my computer via websites (news page etc) will work for @ 10 seconds then pause for @ 30 seconds then work for 10 seconds and continue to repeat this process I have...


Videos on websites need time to load before they will play seamlessly. When you first load the video, pause it and wait for a few minutes. You may see a bar loading across the part of the window that shows how much has loaded. This will take a few seconds or a few minutes depending on how fast your internet connection is.

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My new computer will not play videos from the web.


Your problem might be that your Internet connection is too slow. If that's not the problem, then it could be your anti-virus program kicking in when you try to open a video. Try turning it off and then try your videos. Also make sure you have the latest version of the Microsoft media player and Flash player updated. Video uses a lot of resources so if your computer has any performance issues, they will show up when trying to do something that is resource intensive like playing videos. So the problem might not be the videos at all, but your system might need defragmenting and cleaned up to get it performing at its best.

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Pandigital 7" photo frame won't play video


It appears that the Pandigital 7" frame (7001W01) can only play back videos encoded with the Motion JPEG A codec. The instructions do not articulate this properly and only inform you to use .avi and that video from other sources other than your camera may not be supported. Problem is, not all cameras use MJPEG A to compress the footage. But this workflow will allow you to make any type of video playback on the frame.

Just to clarify - .AVI is not a video format. It's a wrapper that holds the video. The same goes for things like .MOV or .OGM. These are only wrappers. So for Pandigital to say the frame supports ".AVI" does not explain much. It does not support codecs like DiVX or H.264, for example.

At any rate - your best option to get video to play back on these frames is to download MPEGStreamclip from the developer Squared5 (it's free) and use it to convert your videos to Motion JPEG A avi's. I'm not sure about Fixya's linking policy, but you can easily search google for "MPEGstreamclip" and find Squared5's website.

MPEGstreamclip is available for both Mac and PC platforms.

1. Once you have the software, open it and go to FILE -> OPEN FILES and select the video you would like to encode. It will load in the viewer.

2. Next, go to FILE -> EXPORT TO AVI. This will open your compression options for an .AVI

3. The first option you are offered is "Compressor" - this is the most important. Click on the arrow and scan through until you find "Apple Motion JPEG A" Click it to select this as your compression codec.

4. Leave the quality setting at 50% I found that the Pandigital Frame will choke on larger files. We're going to be shooting for a file size of appx 300mb for 3-4mins of video in order to keep things moving. Video data is very large, and the fact is is that this frame is not meant to playback very data intensive files. So you will be best off playing it safe and keeping your bitrate (kbps) low.

5. If your video file has sound, leave your Sound setting at MP3 / Stereo / Auto, but drop the bitrate to 96kbps or 128kbps. Again, we're trying to keep file sizes down and the audio out of the Frame is not great to begin with. If you must have audio, keep it low (96kbps or 128kbps) If your file does not have sound, click the MP3 drop down menu and select "No Sound"

6. Choose your frame size. If your video is 16:9 (rectangle) select 854x480 (16:9) if it is 4:3 (square) select 640x480 (4:3) - Please note, if you are using 4:3 videos, your video will have black bars on both sides of the frame. This is the nature of video aspect ratios. Aside from magnifying your video to fit a 16:9 screen, you will need to have black bars.

7. Check the box "Deinterlace video"

8. Ignore the other options.

Click "Make AVI" and the video will begin to be compressed. As I mentioned, video is a very data intensive process and compression can take time depending on the length and size of the original video. I tested this on files that were 3 minutes and 3 GB to begin with on a MacBook Pro and got the file down to 300mb in 15 minutes using these settings. I repeated this on a PC running Windows XP and had the same experience. Your times and sizes will vary.

I do not recommend trying to playback files over 700mb on the frame. My first attempt gave me a 1GB file that froze the frame when it tried to playback.

In all likelihood you will need to put the video file on a SD card or use a USB thumbdrive as the internal memory of the frame is 128mb.

Good luck! And don't be afraid to try other settings in MPEGstreamclip to better render your videos for the frame. Video compression is all about trial and error :)

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Videos start and stop


Yes the videos you are referring to are probably streaming videos, so once they begin to stream stop the video until the stream reads ahead (the amount will depend on your bandwidth), then once the streaming is well ahead you can start the video again and watch it glitch free unless the video progress starts to catch up to the streaming status at which time you just need to pause again and so forth. You could just wait until the stream is complete and enjoy your video.
Good luck.

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Video Attachments


It depends on the type of video attachments. Maybe they are links to videos and the pausing is from the delay of downloading them from the internet.

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